Grant helps Glen Eagles homeowners replace dead trees

The Glen Eagles Homeowners Association recently replaced dead pine trees with new plantings along NW 150, thanks to a $10,700 grant from the Oklahoma City Community Foundation and its Margaret Annis Boys Trust.
BY GINNY LAWRENCE For The Oklahoman Modified: February 1, 2013 at 7:03 pm •  Published: February 2, 2013
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IN BRIEF

Homeowners

plant trees

The Glen Eagles Homeowners Association recently replaced dead pine trees with new plantings along NW 150, thanks to a $10,700 grant from the Oklahoma City Community Foundation and its Margaret Annis Boys Trust. This is the second such grant in five years that has helped improve landscaping along the frontage roads for Glen Eagles Estates. Founded in 1969, The Oklahoma City Community Foundation works with donors and organizations to create endowments that address needs and opportunities within the community. Grants are awarded through the Community Grants Program several times a year to metropolitan area charitable organizations. For more information about the Oklahoma City Community Foundation, go to www.occf.org.

GINNY LAWRENCE,

For The Oklahoman


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